Friday, February 23, 2018

Viggo Mortensen to Chair the Twelfth Glenn Gould Prize Jury

An Extraordinary Global Panel Convenes in Toronto April 11-13 to Choose Next Glenn Gould Prize Laureate

Canadian author Heather O’Neill among judges for this year’s Giller Prize

O’Neill, who made Giller short lists for her novel “The Girl Who Was Saturday Night” and the short story collection “Daydreams of Angels,” will help choose the winner for the $100,000 prize

Searching out the first Black writers in Canada

Canada's first Black writers blazed a trail for everyone who followed, and their work is being recognized in a new collection.

Information Notice – Federal Court rules in favour of the Competition Bureau in e-books...

The Court rejected an application by Kobo, Canada's largest e-book retailer, to challenge agreements the Bureau reached with major e-book publishers.

12 Canadian comics to watch for in the first half of 2018

Some interesting comics are coming your way in 2018. Check them out!

Yet another TV adaptation for Atwood as MaddAddam comes to small screen

Dystopic trilogy including Oryx and Crake will be coming to Paramount Television.

TV Rights Optioned for Sophie Kinsella’s Fairy Mom and Me

Lambur Productions will work with Kinsella, Lucas Alexander Whitley and U.K.-based executive producer Helen McAleer to develop the book for a series of live-action TV movies.

Charlie Kaufman to adapt Iain Reid’s thriller I’m Thinking of Ending Things for Netflix

Canadian writer Iain Reid's first novel, I'm Thinking of Ending Things, is being adapted to a film for Netflix by Being John Malkovich screenwriter Charlie Kaufman.